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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 February 1915

CARTOON IN RICHMOND ART CLUB EXHIBIT "Tin-: iwssixr; or i atheii'S dkx" Reproduction from the (lrnwinp l?y Orson l^owell, of "l.il'e," uIhiso collerlidii ol' .'Kill original drawings arc being shown l?y the Art Huh of Richmond. The exhibit will remain in this city until February 11!. DUTY OF HOUSEKEEPERS ! TO STUDY THEIR SUPPLIES! I Should Emulate Their Grandmothers ' in Watching Kvery Process of Food Preparation. M ItS-. RORFR TO SPKAK IIKKK Miss Apnew Will Tell Suffrage League of Work of Girls' Canning Clubs?Orson Lowell Kxhihit at Art Club. With trained nurses, sfnograpliprs, secretaries, teachers and women of 1 practically all professions holding diplomas. or at least taking j?? ? i;?1 courses In preparation for their work, the home maker is beginning to "sit up and take notice," and to this end a number of progressive Richmond women have succeeded in securing for Richmond th< services of Mrs. Rorer. j scientific housekeeper and writer, Itf? will give a course In food...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 February 1915

The Original 5 HELP3KI . J February 7, 1915 Copyrighted. 101a. br th* S?t?r Company On?*t OrtXAln Rtuhu Reserred. ?< / it's a loncik v&y to tlpperfvry - v \uff rsi r MY name 155 m\n Ml RIGHT. ivan. I | ( sand0w5ki- VERY i GIF you b CHOB 1 stromgk ! - got u |p YOU I5S so 5tr0ng much musclovitch! in der ODDER room vant jobsk1'. _ -ass &trunk full MIT i ?~"i*? OLD antic CHINM - / ' CARRY \T URSTA1RS ijfc Vund be cf\reful mit! ?hr fsjoofski! trunk5mi #1 WEIGH like ton- ?*# ovitch- OOFSKI if DOT big BUNCH uf f russlfsn u cfwlfcr ckn (, cp\rry dot ~trunrtsk? he: A "pekch^tfl j acm! A STRONG MAN LIKE YOU, ivan , shouldn't* Mind a little.ting 7 LIKE dotsk11 vy didyou interrupt) You Big bale V/en r'nlslngingw?/uf hf\V! do dot aown und for two cents rj> ^ &yr%|ffl gif you * <~5gg ^ft s'olsll^o'unch m ^fig .^tvw^rnosei js it'5 ft lomgw u vky from HOME Got no time to gif loom5ki'. trunkswi too hefneyovitch! , mod clumsy jgffl ...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 February 1915

IT$> FLIP, Va7tF7\) - M ASK oM' r Vt" caught YoUiE UMtLt happV; HAPPY HOOLIGAN . / Our Old Friends Alphonse and Gaston Were Both Willing to Act as Best Man, but Fate Interfered. WE C?LT MARRIED by A JUPGE OR , ALOERhaN^ 11 '<? PoifECTLY for ME to "FiniC> a MAt4 5ukbTakt)~~(P|^ Copyrighted, 1915, by the BUr Company. Oreit Britain Illclit? lloorved. ? 'WW Mil ^LPHORSE'. ^A5T<^TTv7iul ome! OP YOU?e ?E "THE gES?T man r AT W WEJ>j?IN(?^ 5UZA^Ne 5>AY? ?N0 &E?3T MAK^ - Ho weppikg:1 f -/'* ^ V??:?-^rrrrTTZ C~ alphomse: 5HAll have THE HOKOR. >v >r/^ 5HALU rave) ?<\ L thj5. * ? HOKoK; 2^> \ ins w y _ i N1\t I itiPuo^E-y/.'/i You To $E 1 ,!ll! v <J=s? ffi-C}; (pAKfrJ i feJ?cii There. Come^ The EApptfC T^uck'^7/ NO.MVDtA^;; ALPH0M5>fc, \ I 5TIUL That You muvt UAVfc ThE HON0R. ?/ I 5^1 IN^A ///> / You must) ' / Bt the. ^ ? ' s osq, Tight, iimm...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 February 1915

JIMMY This Time It Wasn't His Fault, or Pinkey's Either. oopttifbted, 1111, b/ the SUr company. ore*l brtulo RIrIiu Re??rri?"<l. lives of "z-e. saints! queek a, e>0*rdt. tou ~theen boy, que.EVO. run \ a board e>vffor \vveare of A. FRE.E.TLE J" obi e1. w here is baby? v whatv1a mon'he ee*. "ihero! ^ herb is some nice. wet, money for. you ( easy. domt . spiu. kiothik on his "dress Careful' if yuh 6urm him v\ / ll tcun yuh k here little v bo. have. Some mulligan!" ^ This \s mis trail au_ right! jim. shake! youse) WASsiT mvjthik'^ t'blame this time1." J "oh thanlk , You p1n1ke-y SNNlNNEp^n-/^

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 February 1915

gpiElPSl cf THEIR ONLY CHILD! What Is the Greatest Invention of the Age Compared with Baby's Peace of Mindl Copyrighted. h1b. by th? Rltr Company. Oreat Britain RlfhU flea erred. love.y-you bhouldm't ha.ro on YOUR INVENTION - XOO'LL <q?t biCK: ^THE PLANS are FINISHED \ NOW-DEAR-eve I lrsvlted MR. (.<,ottem - ' the waffle kin<-to i call today to SEE I them; always KNEW yoo were a GENIUS and I KNOW he'll. BUV IT - dear.'. I hope he DOES A<b IT IS a wonder EVEN IP I do t>AX so'THERE'S the ^ELL- ThAT^ he now! -=>r^x-r-hWflliirt can "too move him over a uttle-please this the. (_ z-\7lut/\tor which contse.ct?> "with the gavotte p\renov/ here. the v/oozlf- . woozle valve; how r^och vte/\mle<b<b ste./\m pressure do vou have to carrv ? Come over ( here-i'll hold hisfoot up: that child of xourti ?<b a pest i wouldn't r1 waste mv monex on the :h father /~^= )i ofa vjyx ch\ld i ^ ps&...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 February 1915

Magazine Features by Famous Artiste and Author*. Illustrated in Colors 7. 1915 / Now Dlnco ?'eric^?Thlnjfa not Found In " ?okn?Olilitiea from all over the World PART Copyright, 1915, by the ; Star Company. Great Britain Rights Reserved J <v? i j/ V? n&id )bf\ttigh decree, 1 \ Wh^(Mn^ea///niirth VijthAn?T6xty Vhereycr J ymCWiA Lottie's tune IV- ' JThc secret of \the spell & le 61 for Dottle simply has to sing whenever Dottie ddnces. And every voice joins in with hers while everybody's dancing, And shortly even grandpapa upon the floor is prancing. You can't escape the joyous spell, and ycur excuse is ample. The proof? Well, here's the first?a Dorothy Darling sample: No. 1.?My Heart's So Full of You Hesitation Waltz Song Next Week?Combination One Step and Hesitation Intro: Tempo di Waltz. Words by CAROLYN WELLS Musio by CHAS. ELBERT CopyrighO, 1015, by Star Company. (Continued on Next Page)

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 February 1915

Very Useful Hints About Making Waists and Girdles No. 4 in the Series of Practical Lessons in Home Dressmaking By Mrs. Minnie Berry. i?iANVY waists are numerous and T"< varying In style, sltapo nncl material. They may be elab orately (rimmed >vlth lace, tucking, insertions, or made of not, lace, linen, lingerie fabrics. silk or cloth. These waists may be lined or nnlined. but a lining is sometimes preferable. If the pattern you select has a body ilk*.inc. it is wise to use it. otherwise if you wish your waist to be lined, a l'i' urh or a dart tuted lining may be used. When the lining is tilted a*:d boned you may proceed to cut and drape the outside over it. at'lot plaiting or tucking as the style and. pattern directions may indicate. If the waist has vest portion.? or front inserts, it is wise to tinish and hiiste these to Hi" frouts as directed before joining back and fronts, because it is easier to handle the work in that way. Yoke portions too may h' Joined ...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 February 1915

"Miracles Are Laughed at by a Nation That R-reads Thirty Million Newspapers a Day an* Supports Wall Sthreet." f^T"%ETE, ye've ruint me repetition. 1 don't dare show me faco In me own house. Whlnlver I open* th' * dure me wlfe'n chllder begins klddln' me 'bout the stories an' even me fav-rlt barber asks me this mornln' fr th' loan Iv me fancy vlst." It was the REAL Mr. Dooley talking?he was talking seriously to the man who 1s known to the world as Dooley?Flnley Peter Dunne. The original Mr. Dooley was Mr. James McGarry, a politician, philosopher and saloonkeeper, now dead, but still affectionately remembered In Chicago, where he lived. Dunne knew him well and picked him years ago as a character around whom to write the stories which have made him famous. For a time the genial saloonkeeper was hjghly flattered at the prominence given his opinions by young Mr. Dunne, but one day a crowd of writers In a spirit of fun got McGarry to believe that Dunne was holding him up to ridicule. The ...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 February 1915

Some Notable Instances of Mis=Mated Marriages THE list of mesalliances by heiresses of great names and fortunes is a long one?and of men of wealth or intellectual accomplishments, who have married women wholly unsuited for social or mental companionship. Ever sinco tho first heiress went for a morning canter, with tho first groom employed by her wealthy father, there have been occasional erratic matches. But a few of these are especially striking examples because of the wide contrast between the position of the brido and that of her lowly spouse. Prominent among these Instances of mlsmated' couples Is the case of Victoria Moroslnl, who married her father's coachman, and of her sister, Glulia* Moroslnl, who took for a husbaud a policeman; or Juliet Breltung, -who became the wife of a neighbor's gardener, and of Elizabeth C. Coppell, who eloped recently with her chauffeur. These matrimonial Indiscretions may not be solely laid at the door of youth for the ages of these brides who will...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 February 1915

Coachman Cannot El . Irr- ? et&rmine a Successful Mesalliance Instructively I Ladd, of Yale University idit;y with which the ideas "vary; vith- which feelings of pleasure cialied with them; (5) finally, ich external actions associate tatea themselves." ercriee in temperaments, It is opose some fairly general rule of the differences already disthal; we arrange the, four temng to the following scheme, in Sanguine Phlegmatic s draw lines between each of idieated above). We will say, the two persons contemplating empsramenta on opposite sides i between any one of theBe four i renote distance from the line te prognostication of tho mar- ; othurwise it is unfortunate, mplcv constant disagreements aria?i between couples botl\ of neltj choleric, or extremely sanwhom was extremely sanguine zircniely phlegmatic. But the ne v'ould be apt to supplement t either the moderately choleric phle smatie. , mnjriagea between persons of nenti* but not too different, are happy than marriages ...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 February 1915

That This Sweet-Faced Little American , 0 Actress .Because She Had Some Kind Things to Say About the Germans, Would Be Forced Out of Her Part in a London Theatre and Have to Apologize to the British Public? But That's Just What Happened to Miss Fern Rogers ISS FERN ROGERS, the American actress, playlrg the leading rol? I* 1 at the Drury Lane Theatre, In London, was unceremoniously thrown out of the cast because she said kind things about the Germans. A "round robin," signed by nearly all the principals in the pantomime. "The Sleeping Beauty," was delivered to Mr. Arthur Co"ins. the manager, saying that Miss Rogers had expressed such pro-Gorman sentiments that they could not stand her presence in the company Life has been made so "unpleasant for her that Miss Rogers has made this Interesting public apology. the British Public By Miss Fern Rogers. AVTNG every confidence in the fain ness of the British public, I take it for granted that they will suspend Judgement until they have heard...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 February 1915

SHOES That DON'T FIT RON HEALTH and TEMPERS MAN having good digestion, -warm clothes and well-ehod feet, has little excuse for a bad tern- * ^ per. The trouble Is that the shoeing of his feet Is perhaps the thing the modern American gives least attention In his dress. Shoes designed with a disregard of the foot's anatomy and its comfort are a direct cause of Irritability of temper. They bring malformation of the toe, ankle and leg bones> even causing spinal disorders and other troubles In various far-reaching forms. It was once thought impossible to make a shoe which WATER Often BETTER Than MEDICINE IP wo rolled on plenty of water," ln-~ ?tead of constant drugging, many of us would be surprised to 6ee what an Improvement there would be in our health. For many human ills water Is better than any medicine. For sudden congestions and pains there 1b nothing more effective than hot fomentations or compresses applied over the affected part. Such treatment will often quickly rel...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 7 February 1915

Artillery and Infantry of the Infidel Turks Seizing for Their 'Defenses the Spots and Relics Made Sacred by the Savwttr. Church in Nazareth, Said to Be Built Over the Site of Joseph's Workshop. THE hills of tho "Holy Land," that have spoken to all Christendom of "Peace and Good Will" for nearly twenty centuries, are to resound with the roar of artillery and the liiss of tho rifle-hall. The cacred places which were trod by tho feet of the Child Jesus, and in which !!e grew to manhood as the "Son of tli? Carpenter," are to he profaned hv the moat bloody of wars, if the latest news ia verified by later events. A missionary has. just reached Cairo, Egypt, fleeing before the aroused Turkish soldiery. According to his report the Turks are preparing themselves against an invasion of Palestine by the British, and as tho allies of the Germans, they are planting cannon on the hills around Nazareth, digging trenches and building groat military roads from the nearest port, Acre, as far as Mount...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 February 1915

IT WILL PAY YOU to idrrrtUc your want*? whether you dralre to bay or ?ell?In THE TIMES-DISPATCH MARTHA WESTOVER will hrlp ton unlvr yonr dally food problem* If you rmrt the Woman'* I'iikc THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR vol. V 11(1 85 M'MHKIl ne vZv?Kn ?FAIR PRICE 2 CENTS PATE OF SHIP BILL STILL UNCERTAIN Whether It Will Be Held Before Senate to Exclusion of Other Measures Not Determined. MAY MEAN EXTRA SESSION President Expected to Discuss Situation To-Day With Other Administration Leaders. WASHINGTON. February 7?With twenty-one working days uln|id of the Slrty-thlrd Congress, the fate of the orovernment ship-purchase MM still remains uncertain. Whether It will be held before the Senate to the exclusion of appropriation bills until passed or until the Ravel ends the session on March 4, must be determined by the President and administration lenders. Some definite understanding on this point probably will be reached within ?? few days. The President 1m expected to discuss ? h?" situatio...

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Page TWO [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 February 1915

Warships of Allies Bombard Forts of the Dardanelles vanln to Itouninnia as the price of continued neutralitj on the part of thoso count! it-s. Turkey has uiven Italy satisfaction ffir the llodelda incident. The British consul 11:?l"'rn released nnd tin tt:.llan ilair saluted. Kn;.Iish refugees ftohi Constantinople declare' the former clerman cruller <?<>ehen, now owned by Turkey, was so damaged by striking a Turkish mine that it will In- impossible to repair In r r>t Constantinople 'I'llis virtual loss of tin' <ii-i Inn ii'<lu ? es t!i< Turkish licet to a stati of Infoilority as compared With the I'd., k :-> a licet, which is alioui 11 1 strengthened by a new Dreaotn'.i tit con Iru.'ted at Sehnstono! I! is belicv. tluit when this ship Joins tie fleet Ku.'-i.i will attack the Bosporus . ni the I'.lack Sea. while the Rallied t-ets ltteuipt to fo'ce the 1 'ardent lle.Pope Ihr.cd t s prayer for peace...

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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 February 1915

SUNDAY SCHOOL WDRKEHS TO HAVE BIG CONFERENCE Meetings Will Ho Held Three Days This Week at Charlottesville. LOCAL MEN TO MAKE ADDHESSE8 ?Jacob Umlauf In President of Assoelatlon?Richmond Will lie Hepresented by Twelve Speakers on Program. Tlio twenty-fourth anntial meeting of the Virginia .Sunday School Association will bo buhl In Charlottesville on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. On the program are many local men who will mako addresses. Among these nro ?lacob Umlauf, president of the association; Kev. Ucorgo \v. McDanlel, D. D., S. A. Ackley, Ilarry T. Baker, Ouy !'? Carter, Mrs. Nannie (J. Coleman, Km nk T. Crump, A. T. Nelson, N ''ourtlce Scott and Kev, .T. T. Walts. Frank T. Crump, of this city Is chairman of the executive committee. The program follows: Tuesday afternoon. Episcopal Church. Adult conference, Mr. Jacoo Umlauf presiding. (For teachers of pupils over twenty years old, and their pupils.) 2 00?Song of prayer. 210?"A Momentous Movement for Men." Hew J. W. Long. 2:30...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 February 1915

Useful \Y/ 1 U Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story rfTEXPROTRD ATMOSPHERIC. My Hope Alniiltr, "Pon't ask ma to g-o to any mora of dtese tn? fights, H#len, 1 baj of you." protested Donald Moore an he anticipated hie elster'a Invitation Helen's pretty face o*?camc clouded at onoe "George! How rude! Ten ftglitfl!" "Well. pink, blue or yellow teas? or anything you like to call them, t'va ?scorted you thl.i wholo winter from one studio to another. T'vts linblbed gallons of sickly lea an.l eaten pounds of cake and tnrts and jam and I've listened to would-be artists rave for hours about their coula and their temperaments. I'm sick of It. If you must have that fatso atmosphere, please don't Insist upon my g-olng with you. sle. I'm Forry. but when I promised mother and father to look after you while you pursued your career In this foolish big city I didn't basgaln for quite su?'h a dose as I've had. Now, that's the end of It." His slater's face ran the gamut of emotions whil...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 February 1915

SPORTSC NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD ? SPORTS! Means That Club in New York Will Add Class to the International League Circuit. ?Sh\ Kit Ah Hl'KPHIHKfl I'KO.MISIOI) Loral Manager Sends Out Contract* '?? IMnycrs lie Desires to itetaln, '""1 's '^'l?r Others?<'anvasKorN Make a Fresh Htart. ^IAI,1 IMORB, Ml)., February 7.?The Man to place an International Deaguo ? 'u?i In the llronx. or In other words to 'ranker the Jersey City franchise to ,hit point, Ih looked upon with favor uLnIaT,i**r ,Du',n? of l>>? Richmond , J{? Bft>" tbat any team with the ,"e N|w pinned to it Is bound "> be a flrawliiK card anywhere It goes ??e 1.1 of the opinion that Richmond 'una would like to hoc a New York wit!" ln. th?. lea*?uc, and believes they ? Uatronlze the game well when Much a team comes to Richmond to May. I want to bIiow the Virginia fana, said Dunn, "just what h-ood earns and players wo have In the International. We have hall t...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 February 1915

jSclrmom) Cmn$-iBtepatri) THE T1JIKH. I'^ounilrtl 1NSS TIIK DISPATCH, Founded ISSO I'tiMlaheil cvrrj day In <hr yenr hy The Tlinr*Dlnpntcli I'tililNliliiu Company, Inc. Addrenn nil coiwi'lcnllonn to Till: TIMKS - DISPATCH, Tfme?-l?lN|ml?'li lIulldluK, 10 South Tenth Street, It&t-hmunil, \ u. TDLKI'IIOXE, IIAMIOMMI t I'nMlcntlon Oilier 10 South Tenth Street South lilchinond lOilO Hull Street I'eterwlnirie 101) North Syenmoro Street I.j iii'IiIiutk ills KlK'ith Street HAMIHOOK, STOltV A IlltOOKS, I>'C? Special Advertlalnj; llrprenrntntlTea. York. 200 Klfth Avennc Philadelphia .Mutual I.lfe HulldlnK CliteiiKo I'eople'n (in* IliillilInK SI'HSCIt IPTION 11 ATI'S in >1AII,, One Six Three One POSTAi.i: PAID Unr. Mow. Slow. Mo. Dully mid Sunduy . . . .$0,011 $.100 91.RO $ .,">r> Dnlly only -I Oil 2.00 1 OO Sunday oajy S.HO 1.00 .no .25 Ily Times-I)l*pnteli Cnrrler Delivery Service In Itlchmoiiil I mill MiburliN) nml Petcrnhu...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Times-Dispatch — 8 February 1915

LUNCHEON III HONOR OF MISS MINE H. REYNOLDS l.ast Dnnre Ilcforo Lent Will Re Cilven by German Club To-NIght. I INKN HIIOWKIl FOK IIHIDE ' 1 ntertainnioiit CJlven Miss Kutlierine ; llell, Whose Marriage to Dr. Byrd ; Took Place 011 Saturday?Mrs. Itofther at Woman's Club. Miss Anno Holmes lteynolOn. a dobu- ' ?' i) to of the season, and Miss Alice ?iiilinm, daughter of 1'resldent Graham, ? f llampden-Sldney Collcgv, who aro (siting Mrs. Thomas Carv Johnnon at e Union Theological Seminary, are bong much entertained during their utay. j To-day at 2 o'clock Mrs. Johnson will '>0 hostess 111 11 luncheon given in her home In honor of her nli-cc, Miss Reyi oIiIh, and MImh Graham. The drawingroom will |i?. arranged with crystal vases of bright spring llowors, and the table in the dining-room will be decorated in purple violets and narcissus. The centrepiece will lie of these flow- ? rs and the blooms will be arranged In luce graceful baskets, with shaded lights at the corners of t...

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